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Michael Reschke

Nick’s owner dies Sunday

Richard “Dick” Barnes, owner of Bloomington landmark Nick’s English Hut, died Sunday at age 83. “He was a gentleman in the old sense of the word,” said Bob “Hebe” Hebenstreit, Nick’s bartender.

Campus, city bus may combine stats

IU Campus Bus Service and Bloomington Transit are looking to unify their ridership statistics in an attempt to increase state and federal funding for both organizations.

Outlaw Journalist, the man behind the reputation

Fueled by Bob Dylan’s “Tambourine Man” and a glass tinkling with ice, Hunter S. Thompson did things no one in American journalism or literature had ever done before. William McKeen’s book “Outlaw Journalist: The Life and Times of Hunter S. Thompson” chronicles the wild ride that was Thompson’s life from his birth in Louisville, Ky., to his funeral at Owl Farm in Colorado, where his ashes were shot from a double-thumbed fist as fireworks exploded in the background.

Looking past the ‘best four years’

I’m supposed to share the things I’ve learned in college with the incoming freshman class in this column. I’m not going to tell you college is going to be the best four years of your life because I don’t believe that. If that was true what would be the point in living after college?

Michael Reschke

Billy's goat

Billy’s Chicago Place proves that nothing is as good as the original. Although I was pleased with my overall dining experience, I’m convinced that I’ll have to go to Chicago if I want to experience the authentic Chicago-style food so many IU students rave about.

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